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the beach. how they are preparing for ever the storm may bring after heavy rain last week the sandhills a bracing for more wet weather. how the cleanup is coming thank you for joining us. the latest track of hurricane matthew has it turning out to see before it makes landfall in north carolina. >> there are many factors that could change that. the roller coaster ride the storm shifted to the west. this morning separate occasions we've had a major change to the east and south and we were excited about that. tonight they really was not much of a change in the track when it comes to north carolina. i will show you that shortly. there was also not much change in the current conditions. the storm is now headed over the islands of bahamas where it
the track big picture did have a few ships in the near term but now looks like it's going to get closer to florida and for only the second time ever, it could be a hurricane strike on the east coast of florida and the overtime was in 1950. as a category three hurricane now it will track across the bahamas through tomorrow and then approach the east coast of florida somewhere around category 4 hurricane. and at some point making that turn to the north and northeast and eventually a loop around where it will weaken and slow down even more. we put a center line through that track and i'm going to compared to what happened at 11 am. that is the yellow line. there was a shift closer to florida on friday but not much of a change other than weakening and slowing down in the track as it gets close to
can see staying offshore not much change night means not much change in our impact. we talk about those coming up. our team coverage moves to the coast. jonathan rodriguez is in wrightsville beach. it looks like a nice day with a little overcast. >> reporter: just a little overcast. business as usl along the beach you can see it is breeze and blue skies and people out enjoying it. emergency officials are "is the optimistic hoping matthew will continue to push east. as far as you can see 20 people out enjoying the beach and the weather but keeping the i on the sky. families out with dogs and surfers we ask immersive officials what about evacuations? at this point they say there are no mandatory evacuations
determining factor when it comes to will or will not the evacuate? they can do that within eight hours but at this point the waves are not looking back. >> we're not out of the woods yet with the storm >> reporter: looking at the beach now anything matthew is a lasting on anyone's might people on the coast are watching >> we plan to go on vacation and for the storm is coming so we know how to make it weather is and we thought we would be here anyway and see what happens. >> emergency activation center >> do not let your guard down yet. this is not something be taken for granted. >> we practice this along the coast several times year and have crews ready and duke power is ready. highway patrol is ready. unc w decided to evacuate the campus requiring all students to leave by noon tomorrow >> i know it's probably a problem for international students and those out-of- state. i know that many professors are opening up homes
what evacuation before so that was alarming but i think it's for the better. >> i'm scared this is not my first hurricane but i'm not that worried. >> reporter: i hope it's not too bad. i wanted to last a little longer because i have exam coming up on tuesday. >> reporter: optimistic outlook. unc w has not said yet when they will start classes back up in the meantime emergency officials will meet back at 10 am tomorrow to reevaluate the storm and see if they will call for a mandatory evacuation on the coast. two thirds of the state remain under state of emergency waiting for hurricane matthew. beau minnick joins us from the emergency operation center with the latest. >> reporter: governor mccrory
ago at the emergency operations center giving an update on the storm. you can watch it on her website wncn.com . the track continues to move further out to sea but state leaders say to not let your guard down. >> be ready if this turns within the next several hours of hope for north carolina is that it does not turn. the current path of hurricane matthew has it heading for the out to sea of the time it reaches the tar heel state. depending on where you are the rain from the storm >> that's the last thing we need regarding some of the saturated ground we have >> reporter: the ground does remain saturated and several communities in central and eastern north carolina following recent flooding that means duke energy crews will be lit standby in case trees come down and take power lines with that. >> it's unpredictable storm so that is why we have our
>> reporter: duke energy might bring cruising from the western part of the carolinas or from the midwest if they are needed. as we get closer to the end of the week the picture of what matthew will bring to north carolina will become clearer >> we encourage people to get the emergency gets ready and flashlights batteries a bit of extra cash in case the atms are out of power. >> reporter: i also want to let you know duke energy has a way you can receive information about power power outage by using your phone by texting. we've information on our website wncn.com for how to do that. so much of the coast braces for rain and wind from hurricane matthew and the sandhills are still recovering from last week's flooding. little river in spring-like crested 31 feet setting historic record nate rogers is in cumberland county.
underway in fayetteville as well as throughout cumberland county as more wet weather is coming. the most significant damage in spring-like happened at the historic church were more than 50 people were evacuated in that area but again damage occurred at a church. church of the covenant presbyterian sits right on the banks of little river in spring- like this is what l like last thursday floodwaters covered the church parking lot and extended some 200 feet into the road >> pastor floyd ben fields is the church sustained more than $2000 in damage but nearly 2 feet of water did come inside the church educational building and as you can see the humidifiers are still working to dry out the moisture several rooms never been in shambles as office equipment furniture and carpet was destroyed. the impact of hurricane matthew is uncertain but the least spring-like officials anticipate possible power
spring lake city manager says they are working with red cross as well as other agencies to ensure the resources in place for this coming weekend and also will have a backup generator at the emergency shelter and operations center in cases needed. you can track the latest in the tropics on our weather app in the most recent information for the national hurricane center and the most recent forecast track speaking of that once again be sure to join the storm team on facebook with starting at 7 pm. was loewenstein and bill reh will discuss the latest track of hurricane matthew and take your questions
a sweeter deal from pat mccrory. mccrory got thousands in campaign contributions from duke energy executives. and what will you get? years of higher electric bills to pay for cleaning up their mess. pat mccrory: not looking out for us. a domestic shooting and in-home day care center. we've also uncovered that day care is not licensed. the harnett county sheriff's office has charged 33-year-old paul l day with assault with a deadly weapon and one count of indecent liberties with a child. they say he shot his son outside the whole top road home on tuesday. we tracked down an eye witness to the shooting. >> the dad had a shotgun was
walking around >> reporter: the the country sees from the home and told with a day care what happened. sheriff's office has not confirmed if any of the children were in the disputed photograph but did say that image might be of inappropriate nature. testimony begins in the trial of a former unc student charged with drunk driving and killing three scene
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a jury learned the moments of the up to a drunk driving crash that killed three people of the same family including a six-year-old girl. the driver unc student chandler kania is on trial for three counts of second degree murder. david kirst has the story from the orange county courthouse. >> reporter: testimony was emotional as the memebers relived the night their loved ones were killed the wrong way drunk driving crash >> there having a memorial service in virginia she was returning home to charlotte >> reporter: unc student chandler kania admits to driving drunk and causing the crash but the question a jury is deciding is whether or not it was malice. >> this man would not stop honking his sword.
at the first responders repeatedly honking his or. with a car full of the people in front of them. >> they have to prove that he acted maliciously. the burden of proof remains on the state and it is always at this desk and it never shifts over to this side. it never does. >> reporter: the trial will last about two weeks and if convicted he could face up to 60 years in prison. the event of flooding from hurricane matthew we have a look today at have a national guard will get people this weekend. they showed us the tactical vehicle at the headquarters similar vehicles are typically stationed throughout the state and prepared to respond to the coming days. there capable of transporting 15 people at the time
areas of the 30 inches for a prolonged period of time 50-20 minutes. and we can pull people out for that situation if need be. >> reporter: the vehicles able to get around in wind up to 75 miles per hour as well. wes hohenstein will matthew is suing the headlines but it's feeling like fall >> finally. we cannot enbe all wondering what will happen with matthew. but let's spend a few seconds talking about these temperatures. 60s and 70s. it was still on the go it was 80s and 90s and we had severe storms and that is one thing that matthew and the rain approaches we're not expecting severe storms but at this point the rain chances have come down and the rain totals have come
i will break this down shortly. let's get on to the second to last day of the workweek. we're going into thursday and will keep it dry during that time. we'll keep it also mostly cloudy. dropping down to the upper 60s through 10:00 and mid-60s overnight and tomorrow morning again dry weather with temperatures about 60 degrees. the let's get back to matthew because that's what we're talking about and that's with a hurricane hunter aircraft continue to investigate. they are out now and i found 120 mile-per-hour wind has not changed through the day. is moving northwest 12 miles per hour and the pressure 963. it's up a bit the last week for hours so remember pressure goes up and storm is weaker there's one plane out now but this morning there were three. we are not faulting is getting as much a commission as possible. we dump it into the computer models and here's what they are giving us tonight remain consistent in bringing get on toward the coast of florida.
striking the united states. it has never happened in this could be the first for the east coast of florida. that is through friday. then the turn coming and possibly even a loop. you see things start to spread out as we head into the weekend. that shows us more uncertainty. a few of them tried to start to loop around and then tonight we are starting to see a cluster that nudged back morning. a bit of a nod back to the north tonight. here is what the national hurricane center forecast is telling us. through the bahamas strengthening back to category four tomorrow and then on to the east coast. the first east coast twerking -- hurricane strike since katrina and we all know what happened with katrina. it went on to new orleans but it's been a long time since they have had one. this will weaken and slow down.
here that is close-up. off of charleston saturday afternoon it is slower so making the wide turn through sunday just south of our coastline. part of the sandhills remains in the cone of uncertainty but we expect outside of any shift the cohen will start to get more narrow as the storm gets closer to us. the big changes earlier today here's what happened. high-pressure was going to keep starting to weaken so something else will influence the storm and since it is slow down that will be in approaching cold front an area of low pressure will move it off and help it do that looking up in the u-turn and guess what is helping to weekend? newly formed tropical storm nicole over the past couple days. it will not mess with anyone it's helping influence behind which is influencing the path of matthew.
friday we have some scattered showers and here we are walking through the day. lunchtime some scattered showers and then some dry time friday night. there is the heavier band of rain and they don't really get here until saturday. saturday morning mainly triangle south and through saturday early afternoon that's when we have the heavy inches of rain southeast of the triangle only 20 1130 mile-per- hour winds and much less than that to the northwest. and prevent the last week for hours but not much change with the 5:00 advisory. a small chance of rain tomorrow and scattered rain showers friday and some heavy downpours with gusty winds saturday and we clear out sunday and it gets even cooler next week including some upper 40s possible next tuesday. >> we're all okay with that.
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it will not be in a friday night as far as high school football is concerned. on the game seven which a thursday i have matthew's arrival. for games have not been moved to thursday. i started coated today they said even with the improving friday forecast will be too much chaos for the game to the original date so the only local games offered for friday night claim that garnered and white christian at -- all the kids been moved to thursday so tran accordingly. the kimbal outskirts he matthew they take on jacksonville saturday night but traveling to florida is not a good idea. game has not been rescheduled and campbell now two weeks often saturday and a next weekend before returning home to stetson october 22. tribal teams played homeless weekend a half eye on the sky. both teams of any content acc and is a weather convinced the
in the day but most will have the weather worse later today. it could be pushed back to sunday but there is no talk of the game not being played in raleigh. east carolina fans are feeling good running a weight of a two- game start a pretty whenever nc state. now that seems a long time ago. they have since lost three straight games in the been blasted for members taking any the national anthem. when the pirates hit the starting a backup quarterback >> we have stay even keel and not get too high or too low the more i play the more i learn. >> starting quarterback phil dawson and finally tonight happy to the triangle clubhouse celebration after late-night when they are -- a a wild game. that's like the news we have a
>> we put on our ski mask and go for >> that is how everyone was this morning we got the big shift in matthew. that was at 5 am and 11 am. at 5 pm it's not a lot of change. that means we just wait for the next update and that will be in 11 pm. our friends in florida have some bad weather coming the way for friday we have scattered showers and some heavy downpours south of week. it's what's on your mind every morning, are they safe? it's on ours, too. i'm josh stein. it's why in the attorney general's office, i worked to protect children from online predators. why, in the senate, i wrote the safe schools act. toughened penalties for domestic abuse. and led the effort to expand the dna database, to put more rapists behind bars.
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